Renault executives and French officials were planning to meet Nissan CEO in Japan.
Japan begins collecting a departure tax of 1,000 yen from individual travellers.
Van Roeun got on a high-speed train in Japan’s Fukuoka Prefecture and was amazed at the precision, Japanese practicality and safety.
Japan has announced new defence guidelines under which the country’s defence budget over the next five years will be increased, new weapons platforms purchased from the US, and more funds allotted to new domains of warfare.
Floyd Mayweather came out of retirement briefly to score a lucrative victory in an exhibition boxing match in Japan.
The Japanese government has granted its two NGOs in Cambodia $692,522 to fulfil their projects, and guarantee food and nutrition security for participants.
The government has asked Japan to support the development of fish hatcheries in Cambodia to boost production and curb reliance on fish imports.
Japan will resume commercial whaling from July in its waters.
There is no consensus on what the Indo-Pacific concept will cover. It is not clear what kind of structure is needed for such an Indo-Pacific construct.
Beyond the infrastructure and financial aid Japan has been providing the kingdom, many talented Khmer students have also benefited from the close friendship between the two historic nations.
The good economic news continued for Japan in 2018 despite a temporary, natural disaster-induced third-quarter downturn. Nonetheless, domestic and foreign policy developments were more challenging in the year for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Japan will withdraw from the International Whaling Commission (IWC) in a bid to resume commercial whaling, Kyodo News reported.
From an eye shadow that opens with the flick of a thumb, Zippo-style, to a barely-there foundation in subtle blue-grey packaging: men’s make-up is getting a makeover as manufacturers bid to take it more mainstream.
Officials from the Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Japanese experts discuss the development of Cambodia’s ports.
The Springboks will arrive in Japan for the World Cup a week earlier than planned.
Police and fire officials are searching for the cause of a dramatic explosion in Sapporo.
Erasmus and his assistants are to spread out across the country to offer support.
SoftBank Corp priced its initial public offering (IPO) at 1,500 yen per share.
Japanese bill to welcome foreign workers.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games organisers propose moving the start time forward.
Abe urges Theresa May to ensure stability as Britain leaves the European Union.
Since 1993, about 1,100 Cambodian students have received scholarships to study at prestigious Japanese universities.
China and Japan have signed cooperation agreements for 24 projects.
International Olympic Committee President wants closer co-operation to ensure the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are the cleanest.
The 31st Tokyo International Film Festival has just concluded – but the films screened on the week-long event continue to get rave reviews. Cambodia’s very own ‘Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll’ and ‘In the Life of Music’ were among the most applauded inside Tokyo cinemas.
With the apparent rise in number of Cambodians travelling to Japan for tourism, the Embassy of Japan and the Japan National Tourism Organisation organised the Japan Travel Fair at Aeon Mall Sen Sok City on November 11 and 12.
The continued challenges of a changing economic environment are not new to the Asean+3 region, which consists of the 10 Asean members plus China (including Hong Kong), Japan and Korea.
Japan’s economy, which likely shrank in the third quarter, is set to grow more slowly.
Eddie Jones is planning to pay his former team full respect when they play England.
Kashima Antlers head coach proclaimed the Japanese side’s battling draw in Iran.